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Journal of Information Technology Education: Research

Dec 27, 2015 Volume 15, Number 1

Editors

Lynn Jeffrey; Christopher Cheong

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 32

  1. The Correlation between Temperament, Technology Preference and Proficiency in Middle School Students

    Sabrina J Sterling

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Exploring the Self-Reported ICT Skill Levels of Undergraduate Science Students

    Jef C. Verhoeven, Dirk Heerwegh & Kurt De Wit

    pp. 19-47

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  3. An Analysis of the Content, Policies and Assessment of ICT Curricula in the Final Years of Secondary Schooling in Australia and Vietnam: A Comparative Educational Study

    Dorian Stoilescu & Thang Manh Tran

    pp. 49-73

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  4. Determining the Effects of LMS Learning Behaviors on Academic Achievement in a Learning Analytic Perspective

    Mehmet FIRAT

    pp. 75-87

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  5. The Relationship between Social Presence and Critical Thinking: Results from Learner Discourse in an Asynchronous Learning Environment

    Jamie Costley & Christopher Lange

    pp. 89-108

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  6. Evaluating the Effect of Arabic Engineering Students’ Learning Styles in Blended Programming Courses

    Ahmed Al-Azawei, Karsten Lundqvist & Ali kadhim Al-Bermani

    pp. 109-130

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  7. Evaluating the Effect of Arabic Engineering Students’ Learning Styles in Blended Programming Courses

    Ahmed Al-Azawei, Karsten Lundqvist & Ali Al-Bermani

    This study investigated the complex relationship among learning styles, gender, perceived satisfaction, and academic performance across four programming courses supported by an e-learning platform.... More

    pp. 109-130

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  8. Significant Structuring Resources in the Reading Practices of a Digital Classroom

    Annika Lantz-Andersson & Lisa Molin

    pp. 131-156

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  9. Online Education and Its Effective Practice: A Research Review

    Anna Sun & Xiufang Chen

    pp. 157-190

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  10. The Effectiveness of the Gesture-Based Learning System (GBLS) and Its Impact on Learning Experience

    Moamer Ali Shakroum, KOK Wai wong & Lance Chun Che Fung

    pp. 191-210

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  11. Integrating ICT in Teacher Colleges - A Change Process

    Noga Magen- Nagar & Ditza Maskit

    pp. 211-232

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  12. Reducing the Digital Divide among Children Who Received Desktop or Hybrid Computers for the Home

    Gila Cohen Zilka

    pp. 233-251

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  13. The Adoption of Blended E-learning Technology in Vietnam using a Revision of the Technology Acceptance Model

    Khanh Tran Ngo Nhu

    pp. 253-282

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  14. Code to Learn: Where Does It Belong in the K-12 Curriculum?

    Jess Moreno Len, Gregorio Robles & Marcos Romn-Gonzlez

    pp. 283-303

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  15. Preparedness for eHealth: Health Sciences Students’ Knowledge, Skills, and Confidence

    Mary Lam, Monique Hines, Melanie Keep, Robyn Lowe, Merrolee Penman, Srivalli Nagarajan & Emma Power

    pp. 305-334

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  16. Preparedness for eHealth: Health Sciences Students’ Knowledge, Skills, and Confidence

    Mary Lam, Monique Hines, Melanie Keep, Robyn Lowe, Merrolee Penman, Srivalli Nagarajan & Emma Power

    There is increasing recognition of the role eHealth will play in the effective and efficient delivery of healthcare. This research challenges the assumption that students enter university as... More

    pp. 305-334

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  17. A Face-to-Face Professional Development Model to Enhance Teaching of Online Research Strategies

    Emily Walden, Fatima E Terrazas-Arellanes, Lisa A Strycker & Carolyn Knox

    pp. 335-367

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  18. Analysis of an Asynchronous Online Discussion as a Supportive Model for Peer Collaboration and Reflection in Teacher Education

    Mojca Pecar & Romina Plesec Gasparic

    pp. 369-393

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  19. Predicting the Probability for Faculty Adopting an Audience Response System in Higher Education

    Tan Fung Ivan Chan, Marianne Borja, Brett Welch & Mary Ellen Batiuk

    pp. 395-407

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  20. Using a Touch-Based, Computer-Assisted Learning System to Promote Literacy and Math Skills for Low-Income Preschoolers

    Mark H McManis & Lilla D McManis

    pp. 409-429

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